Since the arrival of Thomas Tuchel to the Chelsea football club, the blues game plan changed and they became one of the most feared European football clubs in the world.
Based on tactics, stats, and style of play, here are reasons why Chelsea doesn't rely on individual performance and how it has improved Chelsea's Gaffers game plan this season.
Unlike other EPL clubs where the team depends solemnly on their strikers for goals, the Chelsea pattern of play allows the everyone team member to score goals during any match. Chelsea has played only 6 games in the English Premier League this season and has 12 different goall scorers.
Check their names below.
Thomas Tuchel's 3-4-3 formation makes these players be able to fall deeply into any squad's center halves during any game. During the EPL fixture against Tottenham Hotspur, two defenders and a midfielder were on the score sheet for Chelsea whereas, Romelu Lukaku who is the club's top striker was in the game.
Chelsea not relying on individuals to win matches is been so productive for the squad throw out last season and also so far this season as well. If Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea stick to this pattern, his team will go far in lifting major trophies this season.
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